With nine adults and a plethora of kids running around between two beach condos, there was always flurry of activity. Yet somehow, we adults were able to find the time and space to gather together for some good conversations. Some were with cameras rolling, while others were more relaxed, but all of them were very enjoyable.
They showed so little on Sisterwives, compared to the variety of things we talked about. Eventually the subject came up of whether or not to share a kitchen. Which really means, whether or not to live all together, it’s just that the kitchen seems to end up being the topic of that discussion.
We met the Browns when they lived under one roof together, which I thought was ideal for them. So it is hard for me to see them living apart from one another. I like the fact that they are building their homes in close proximity to one another.
Every plural family does it differently, and in fact in my 12 plus 12 years of living plural marriage I have experienced living all together, and living separately. It was completely arbitrary to whatever worked best for the situation of the family at the time.